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NWA - NATIONAL WRESTLING ALLIANCE

PRO-WRESTLING ZERO ONE MAX
WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE HISTORY

December 15, 2007--Present

Compiled by Brian Westcott

1.Masato Tanaka
12/15/2007
Defeated Takao Ohmori for the AWA World Title on 10/26/2007 in Tokyo, Japan
Renamed ZERO1-Max World Title on 07/12/15 after ZERO1-Max left the AWA.

2.Yuji Nagata
10/13/2008-Tokyo, Japan (Ryogoku Kokugikan)
18:06

3.Shinjiro Otani
02/27/2009-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
20:48

4.Ryouji Sai
03/29/2009-Tokyo (Tokyo Yasukuni Shrine Sumo Wrestling Hall)
26:17

5.Masato Tanaka [2]
07/01/2009-Tokyo (Shinjuku FACE)
21:27

6.Toshiaki Kawada
10/24/2009-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
14:20

7.Kohei Sato
04/11/2010-Tokyo

8.Bambi Killer (Chris Raaber)
07/11/2010-Tokyo

7.Kohei Sato
04/11/2010-Tokyo (Tokyo Yasukuni Shrine Sumo Wrestling Hall)
15:22

8.Bambi Killer (Chris Raaber)
07/11/2010-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
13:11

9.Daisuke Sekimoto
09/09/2010-Tokyo (Shinjuku FACE)
14:09

10.Ryoji Sai [2]
03/06/2011-Tokyo

11.The Sheik
07/03/2011-Tokyo (Korakuen Hall)
13:21

12.Kohei Sato
11/06/2011-Tokyo

13.Akebono
03/02/2012-Tokyo

Title Vacant
09/04/2012
Due to illness

14.James Raideen
08/04/2013-Tokyo
Defeated Masato Tanaka in the final of the 12-man "Himatsuri 2013" tournament for the vacant title.

15.Kohei Sato [3]
03/30/2014-Tokyo

16.Masakatsu Funaki
07/06/2014-Tokyo

17.Kohei Sato [4]
09/19/2014-Tokyo

18.Hideki Suzuki
11/01/2015-Tokyo

19.Kohei Sato [5]
03/27/2016-Tokyo
Kohei Sato made an announcement that he was vacating the title on 07/14/2016 after losing to Yusaku Obata during the "Himatsuri 2016", but the promotion did not approve the announcement and continued to recognize Sato as the champion
Sato made his first title defense on 08/18/2016.

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